we are having 105 DUPLICATE/CNF computer objects. Something about how systems are being joined is triggering that. CNF object means the same object was created on separate DCs close to the same time. Then when replication happens they conflict, and one wins, and one becomes a CNF object. Usually the CNF one can be deleted. This doesn't tend to come from QAS. Maybe if someone ran vastool join twice in a row, and vastool picked a different DC for the two, that could trigger it, but unlikely.
we are getting this CNF objects when we join unix server to the domain through vas deployment tool.
any ideas as to why CNF objects are being created in AD?